Files such as core.12762 keep appearing in the root web directory. Amount of core files appearing seems to be proportional to traffic. On average one core file per few million php requests.
Will appreciate advice on how to troubleshoot this issue, or how to disable the core dumping. As it is one error per few million requests it does not seem significant enough to spend several hours troubleshooting.
I am having problem with a server. On all sites on the server start appearing core.xxxx files that in result fill server. Quotas were disabled because some people had issues logging in on because of error.
Sorry for the inconvenience!
The filesystem mounted at /home/*** on this server is running out of disk space. cPanel operations have been temporarily suspended to prevent something bad from happening.
Please ask your system admin to remove any files not in use on that partition.
how to remove all of them so they dont appear again, on some sites there are thousands of core.xxxx files and weigh over 60GB.
I love my current host. It's fast, has excellent support, uptime is great, and I get a lot of features. I'm paying $10 a month for it, though.
I'm thinking about moving to 1&1. Is this a bad idea? I had 1&1 about a year or two ago, but canceled it because I didn't end up building the website I ordered it for. Didn't have any issues, but the cancellation process was a pain. Nothing major, though.
The thing that 1&1 has going for is it is the price. $4 a month is a darn good deal.
That's 2.5x cheaper than my current host. I could save a lot of money. I know, you get what you pay for...
So am I being stupid? I don't use a lot of bandwidth (I used 1.5GB last month, and average less than 1GB), and my website hosts my software that I sell, so a lot of downtime is obviously bad. The only thing I see that's bad about the $4/month plan is no ssh access, which is really only convenience for me (I don't require it).
I am having a hosting account with old host which is limited to 10 GB, and there i am having a mysql Database which is of 2 GB, i want to move it to new host via SSH ... as that Database can not be downloaded via phpmyadmin due to its size.
So i want to "tar" the mysql directory and ssh/scp to new host!...
I am applying this command...
tar -cvf r.tar /var/lib/mysql/in_supp | ssh firstname.lastname@example.org
But i am getting errors,
Please give me a command which can move my entire Database dump to new server, without creating any copy at old server "as i do not have any space there"
I have a domain that used to have a huge members list with thousands of email addresses. Now that I enabled its web site, the server attempts to relay email meant for those harvested addresses. Also, spam relayers picked up that the DNS is live and try to use the domain to deliver spam What can I do with the MX records in order to dump all email without the server handling it? Currently all email is set to :blackhole:
I am trying to configure CPLinks, anyone know where can I find such category dumps or do I need to key in one by one? Tried to contact cplinks side for the dumps but no response. Do let me know if anyone had prepared such dumps.
After successful creation of a full backup, pmm-ras hangs forever (100% CPU) while trying to export the dump to FTP. I have two identical Plesk 12.0.18 installations and this happens only on one of them.
I see the following in /opt/psa/PMM/sessions/*/.stderr:
Use of uninitialized value in numeric eq (==) at /opt/psa/admin/bin/plesk_agent_manager line 827.
That is emails that are waiting to be sent which are not going to be sent since they are bad emails so they are just stuck in the queue and are killing cpu resources, how does one tell Qmail to dump all unsent emails waiting in the queue?
how to create Dump File for Apache Crash in Windows.We are using Apache for Reverse Proxy with OpenAM Module for Sign-in.Apache Version : 184.108.40.206...We are very frequently facing Apache Crash Issue.
Also in logs we do not get much information.when submitted logs to ForgeRock, they asked us to look into below error and provide Crash Dump.
[Sun Jun 15 23:00:10.153908 2014] [mpm_winnt:warn] [pid 2376:tid 424] (OS 64)The specified network name is no longer available. : AH00341: winnt_accept: Asynchronous AcceptEx failed. [Sun Jun 15 23:02:21.609557 2014] [proxy_http:error] [pid 2376:tid 6544] (OS 10060)A connection attempt failed because the connected party did not properly respond after a period of time, or established connection failed because connected host has failed to respond. : [client 10.XXX.XX.XX:XXXX] AH01095: prefetch request body failed to XX.XXX.XX.XX:XXX (teampark.sogeti.com) from XX.XXX.XX.XX (), referer: https://teampark.sogeti.com/blogs/roller-ui/authoring/weblog.do?method=create&weblog=VeckobrevIntegrationSyd&lang=sv_se
under Plesk 12.0.18 PHPMyAdmin is failing to import a 3 MB SQL dump of a simple Joomla website. "Error 505 Bad Gateway", it says.It happens with other dumps too, some as small as ~500 KB. The format (SQL or ZIP) of the file uploaded doesn't seem to matter, because the upload itself seems to work; it seems it's the post-processing what is raising the error.
The funny thing is that the import itself seems to work (the contents of the SQL dump are imported), but the error message appears and causes confusion and support requests from our clients./var/log/sw-cp-server/error_log says:
2015/05/15 03:19:31 [error] 10215#0: *5 recv() failed (104: Connection reset by peer) while reading response header from upstream, client: XX.XX. XXX. XXX, server: , request: "POST /domains/databases/phpMyAdmin/import.php HTTP/1.1", upstream: "fastcgi://unix:/var/run/sw-engine.sock:", host: "xxxx. xxxxxxx.com:8443", referrer: URL.....To me it sounds like a timeout.
This seems to be a "popular" error among Plesk users, and I have tried this, this and this with no luck.